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Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Headlines on 3 April 2014: 15 minutes of fame


Albert Schram begins to tackle grievances at Unitech - Keith Jackson & Friends: PNG ATTITUDE 29 April 2014

Original Albert Schram begins to tackle grievances at Unitech - Keith Jackson & Friends: PNG ATTITUDE
29 April 2014




RADIO NEW ZEALAND INTERNATIONAL

THE newly re-installed vice chancellor of Papua New Guinea's University of Technology, Dr Albert Schram, says he's taking immediate measures to resolve long standing grievances.

A speech about real heroes & the value of higher education - Keith Jackson & Friends: PNG ATTITUDE

Original: A speech about real heroes & the value of higher education - Keith Jackson & Friends: PNG ATTITUDE
18 May 2014




ALBERT SCHRAM | Extracts

Vice-Chancellor's Speech at the 46th Graduation, 16 May 2014, Taraka Campus, PNG University of Technology

A FEW weeks ago I received a hero's welcome when I returned to Papua New Guinea after a forced absence of more than a year.

Schram Returns (Post-Courier, 3 April 2014)

Original: Schram Returns
April 03,2014, 11:09 pm


By SIMON KESLEP and FRANCO NEBAS

MORE than 50 vehicles packed with cheering University of Technology staff and students gave Dr Albert Schram a hero’s welcome when he disembarked from an Air Niugini aircraft at Nadzab airport yesterday afternoon.

Dr Schram arrives in Lae (Post-Courier 3 April 2014)

Original: Dr. Schram Arrives in Lae
April 03, 2014, 02:44 pm



Dr Schram – the man who has been the main reason for University of Technology students sit in protest has arrived in Lae today. A total of 100 vehicles as thousands of Unitech students turned up at the Nadzab airport to welcome the man who they regarded as their ‘father’. 

Friday, 16 May 2014

UNITECH Vice-Chancellor's Speech for the 46th Graduation, 16 May 2014, Taraka Campus (full speech)

Today we proudly presented to our Chancellor 936 UNITECH graduands, of which 29% or 266 are women. All departments confidently proposed the list of graduands to the Academic Board, who after careful revision approved each and every one of them. Yesterday, UNITECH Council gave its final seal of approval.

32 postgraduate students graduated today, having thus established the largest postgraduate program in the country with currently 112 students enrolled of which 52 in distance mode. We are particularly proud today to present a PhD degree in Agriculture to Mr. Merawe Degemba, and the first graduand in the Applied Physics program, Mrs. Osora Helen Herivi. We also welcome the first batch of MBA graduates: Sarah Todd and Nohorahnie Bogan.